Tuscany / Versilia / Restored Rustico with seaview in Versilia
Rustico in a village above Pietrasanta. Parking approx. 40m. The house is divided into two independent parts.
1, larger part access from the street of the village - living room and kitchen with fireplace (also heats the rooms above - only heating in the house), bathroom with tub. Steep staircase with a passage room (another staircase, which goes up further) in a room without a door) a double bedroom and a bathroom with shower. Another bedroom in the second floor. Sea View.
2,For the little house below you have to use the stone staircase around the house - you get to a terrace with a very nice sea view - from here you enter the apartment - corridor, living room, kitchen with table, room with washing machine, bathroom and double bedroom
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